Saturday, June 4, 2016

DIY: with wooden beads (2/4)

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So here's my 2nd DIY with the hexagon icosahedron shaped wooden beads that Pandahall once again send to me. Thank you again! In my 1st DIY I've shown you of what you can do with these beads, please check it out here if you haven't yet! Some of you might already know the 2nd DIY which will involve basic crocheting.

I don't know why but wood & yarn makes an excellent combination, a bit aesthetic pleasure to the eye I guess.


I have seen crochet beads on the www before and so this DIY is also a bucketlist item of mine. And again all you need is your basic crochet skills to succeed it! Feel free to bookmark my DIY and try it out someday! 
NL

Hier is hij dan mijn 2e DIY met de zeshoek icosaëder vormgegeven houten kralen die Pandahall mij toegestuurd heeft, heel erg bedankt! In mijn 1e DIY heb ik laten zien wat je met deze kralen kunt doen, mocht je het hebben gemist geen nood: klik hier! Waarschijnlijk weten sommige van jullie wat de 2e DIY zich inhoudt. Juist ja, er gaat wat gehaakt worden!

Garen en hout - wat een mooie combinatie toch? Heerlijk esthetisch effect!

Gehaakte kralen ben ik al eerder tegengekomen op de www en eigenlijk is deze DIY ook een bucketlist item van mijzelf. Daarnaast heb je alleen maar de basic haak skills nodig! Voel je vrij om deze DIY uit te proberen!

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translation!
You need:
wooden beads, thin yarn for example: embroidery yarn (I`ve used Katia `syros` #72), 1.5 - 2.0mm crochet hook pen, pair of scissors
Thanks Pandahall for the beads. They are lovely!
Let`s do this!
1. R1: magic loop + ch. 5
2. R2: 2x sc. in each st. (10)
3. R3. 1x sc. in first st. then 2x sc. in next st. then repeat (15)
4. R4 - R6: 1x sc. whole round (15)
5. R7: 1x sc. in the first st. then 1x dec. in next st. then repeat (10)
6. R8: 1x dec whole round, leave a tail and cut it off with scissors then tuck the tail inside the hole of the bead and you`re done! Good job.
How about a necklace?
Check these out too

6 comments :

  1. I love how you mixed the textures! If anyone can work crocheting into a project, it's you! :D -Audrey | Brunch at Audrey's

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  2. I wouldn't have thought of putting wool and yarn together but you're right, they do look good next to each other!

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  3. What a great idea! I have been wanting to make crochet beads for a while now too. The finished necklace looks so stylish! Love the different textures.
    Christina ♥ https://caliope-couture.com

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  4. What a lovely DIY! I always love seeing just how versatile crochet is!

    Love from Berlin | Love from Berlin

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